Everyday Cooking: A Review

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Dear Homeschooler, I remember going on a tour of the local middle school and seeing all the different classrooms and subjects. It was so different than elementary school. I was especially excited about Home Economics where we would learn to cook and sew. Now, I ended up starting to homeschool…

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Dear NEW Homeschooler

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Dear NEW Homeschooler, So, you have decided to homeschool. Whether you have always known you would and your kids are starting preschool or if this is a new venture and your kids are older, you may feel a little trepidation about the upcoming school year. Relax. Breathe. We’ve all been in your…

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Reining in the Wiggles

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Dear Homeschooler, Do your kids wiggle? Maybe your older kids get fidgety. Sometimes, this need to move can decrease our students focus and limit their attention span. I’ve heard some say, “My child doesn’t sit well, so I need a curriculum where he doesn’t have to sit.” Well, it’s true that…

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In The Reign of Terror: A Review

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Dear Homeschooler, The best way to learn history is through engagement, and one way to do this is to listen to stories that captivate the listener. That is just what Heirloom Audio Productions does with each installation of The Extraordinary Adventures of G. A. Henty. That is why we are…

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